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Hillsdale County Democratic Party Scholarship

$500

March 25, 2021

Awards Available: 2

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Hillsdale County Democratic Party is pleased to offer two $500 non-renewable scholarships each year to current seniors. We wish to honor a student’s past school performance, current positive contributions to community, as well as his or her understanding of The Importance of Voting in a Democracy as determined in an essay written by the student on this topic. The scholarships will be announced at each student’s class night celebration with a scholarship certificate to be presented at the Truman Dinner in August. Applicant must be a graduating senior from a public high school in Hillsdale County (Camden-Frontier High School, Hillsdale High School, Jonesville High School, Litchfield High School, North Adams High School, Pittsford High School, Reading High School or Waldron High School) with a 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be accepted and enrolled full time in any two or four year college, university, or trade school full time for the fall semester following his or her senior year of high school. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 4911 Foust Rd.
  • Osseo, MI 49266
  • lwlawebb@gmail.com
  • 517-439-1737

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